6 Violin Tutors Found Near Newport News, VA



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Linda Z.

Violin Tutor

Washington, DC 20006

Will travel 8 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 27 ratings

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EFL/TESOL, Chinese, Music

I started violin when I was five years old. In high school, I was concertmaster of the New Haven Youth Orchestra, a member of the New York Youth Symphony, and a four year member of the Connecticut All-State Orchestra. I attended the Boston University Tanglewood Institute in the summer of 2008. Although I chose not to major in violin in college, I have kept up my level of playing in the Boston University Symphony Orchestra. I also took lessons and played in a weekly chamber group. I'll always appreciate my teachers for introducing me to new subjects and for opening new doors for me. I believe t [more]


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Alexis G.

Violin Tutor

Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

Will travel 11 miles

$45 per hour.

4.89 395 ratings

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All-Subject/Test Prep Tutor, Specializing in Language Instruction

I have two decades of experience playing violin, both as a student, as well as professionally in pit orchestras and chamber groups. I began playing with the Suzuki method when I was five years old, and continued with private lessons through high school. I was principal second violin in our high school's touring honors orchestra for two years, as well as in my college's symphony orchestra for three, where I also participated in Collegium Musicum. I have had private students of my own since late high school. [more]


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Bradyn C.

Violin Tutor

Boydton, VA 23917

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 8 ratings

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Violin, Piano, and Music Theory/History Teacher

I have been playing the violin since I was a child, and have studied with a number of teachers. I also have studied part time with numerous other teachers both in the context of private lessons as well as in chamber music coachings - these other teachers include Xi Yang, Andrew Giordano, and Lacie Savage. I have played in a number of orchestras including the most recent Meredith Sinfonietta under the direction of conductor Dr. Jim Waddelow. I am a musician based in Boydton, Virginia. I teach violin and piano, but also enjoy helping students progress in their knowledge of music in general with [more]


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Evan H.

Violin Tutor

Arlington, VA 22202

Will travel 5 miles

$60 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Violin lessons in Arlington

I studied violin through the undergraduate collegiate level with the violin professors at both the University of Florida and Florida State University. I have experience in solo, chamber music, and orchestral performance. I began teaching about 10 years ago and primarily work with adult students, from beginner to advanced levels. I combine Suzuki literature with traditional methods, emphasizing both musicality and technique. References are available. I have over 25 years experience in studying violin and have been teaching for 10 years. I love music and helping people learn. I studied violin th [more]


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Natalie D.

Violin Tutor

Manassas, VA 20110

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.98 64 ratings

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Experienced tutor who makes learning fun

I've played violin for the last twenty-two years. I've taken private lessons, played in pitt orchestras, my college orchestra, and the Westmoreland Youth Symphony Orchestra. I've also taught violin lessons to students ages 7-adult for eight years. Hello! I've been a teacher for Baltimore City Public Schools for the last eight years. I recently moved to Manassas with my husband to raise our son. I'm passionate about education, and I love helping students achieve their potential. I've worked with students of all ages from preschool to adult. My tutoring students make quick progress and en [more]


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Meagan F.

Violin Tutor

Lothian, MD 20711

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

4.77 26 ratings

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English/Math/Science/Music Tutor available

Violin - the upper voice in the string family that carries the soaring melodies in cinematic music, and a favorite instrument among classical composers. I began studying the violin in 1979, in 4th grade strings class. Soon after, I began private lessons with a Suzuki method teacher. While I like the repertoire of the Suzuki method (and most of it is approved for State Solo & Ensemble Festivals), I prefer students having strong sight reading skills as well. Mainly, I want the student to enjoy playing. Music should be a form of therapy - it shouldn't be a reason to NEED therapy. [more]